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check my xml
<Main>
  <X>
     <A @error="dfdfsfds"/>
      <B>
           <M>abc</M>
           <N @error="sdfsf"/>
      </B>
      <C/>
       <D @error="sdsdSD">
 <X>
<X>
     <A @error="fdgdfgdfg"/>
      <B>
         < M>def</M>
          <N></N>
     </B>
      <C @error="gdfgdfgd"/>
       <D/>
 <X>
<X>
     <A/>
      <B>
          < M>gfgfd</M>
          <N></N>
        </B>
      <C @error="jhjh"/>
       <D/>
 <X>
</Main>

i have to match record for M(for eg M='abc') and if it matching then print all error attribute of X.

My output would be
dfdfsfds
sdfsf
sdsdSD

Pls suggest me xslt for this.


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<xsl:template match="X[.//M='abc']"
  <xsl:for-each select=".//@error">
    <xsl:value-of select="."/>

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this is not correct.It is printing def and gfgfd also

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Please try to be more courteous in your language.

My response was correct, but it did not try to be a complete stylesheet. You only told me part of what you wanted to do, so I gave you the part of the code needed to do that. Getting the rest right is up to you.

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